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cgi.remote_addr in a cold fusion webservice

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Hello

I have a webservice which needs to validat the calling ip address, cgi.remote_addr returns the server ip as the client.

How can i get the calling ip address

thanks

stu
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anything guys?
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Shaun McNicholas earned 500 total points
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Do a <cfdump var="#CGI#">

then see which of those variables returns the value your looking for - if none of them does then you'll need to look at some other platform for you values. I had an issue with a server not returning the right values and had to revert to a javascript version of the variables. But see if the dump gets you anything close to what you are looking for first.
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